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Scott Greenhalgh is a recently appointed Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Siena College. Previously, Scott worked as a postdoctoral scholar at both Queen's University in Canada and at Yale University's School of Public Health. Scott's current research program centers on applying mathematics to evaluate the impact of disease interventions, public health policy, and virulence evolution on both the health and economic burdens of disease.

 

Degree Program University
Ph.D. Applied Mathematics University of Guelph
M.S. Applied Mathematics Brock University
B.Sc. Mathematics Brock University

My Professional Experience

Year Title University
2019 - 2020 Actuarial Science - Faculty Steering Committee Siena College
2019 - Now Data Science - Faculty Steering Committee Siena College
2017 - Now Assistant Professor Siena College
2015 - 2016 Laboratory Associate Yale University
2015 - 2017 Postdoctoral Fellow Queen's University
2012 - 2015 Postdoctoral Associate Yale University
2010 - 2011 PhD intern The French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation

Current Research

 Mathematical biology, disease modeling, health benefit analysis, uncertainty analysis, hybrid dynamical systems

Articles & Book Reviews

  • Fighting the Public Health Burden of AIDS with the Human Pegivirus
    American Journal of Epidemiology
    2019
  • Managing Marek's disease in the egg industry
    Epidemics
    2019
  • The Antimalarial Benefit of HIV Antiretroviral Therapy in Areas of Low to Moderate Malaria Transmission Intensity
    Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes
    2018
  • Modelling the impact of antimalarial quality on the transmission of sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine resistance in Plasmodium falciparum
    Infectious Disease Modeling
    2017
  • Time-varying and state-dependent recovery rates in epidemiological and ecological models
    Infectious Disease Modeling
    2017
  • Disease elimination and re-emergence with differential equation models
    Journal of Theoretical Biology
    2015
  • The epidemiological impact of HIV antiretroviral therapy on malaria in children
    AIDS
    2015
  • Impact of Schistosoma mansoni on Malaria Transmission in Sub-Saharan Africa
    PLOS Negl Trop Dis
    2014
  • Preservation of dissipativity properties of linear complementarity dynamical systems with the (theta,gamma)-algorithm
    Numerische Mathematik
    2013

Awards & Distinctions

  • Project NExT fellow
    Category: Teaching-Research
    Mathematical Association of America, 2020